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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1917,
.Prices for Beef Steers and Cow
Stuff Quarter Higher Than
BOOS ABE QUABTEK LOWEB
Omaha. Jul OA IT II. HIT.
' fteeelpta ware: Cattle. . Hoga he.
Official Monday 1.161 f.ltl .73l
Otnotml Tuaadar T.111 31.373 11.143
Official Wednesday... 1.114 17.146 11.441
BsUsaata Tauraday... 4.611 14.101 ll.ttt
rear lm thla Nk.il.iil tt.itt tt.813
ferae dare last Ht tl.lll 44,144 tt.177
Sans, aara I waa. ato 11.111 47.711 47,161
Saa dare wka. aio.14.147 J0.674 38(171
am dare I wka. aao 11.164 44,110 34.244
lata, (ton Uat year. ..ll.llt 41,041 44.114
Receipts and deposition of live Btock at
the Union Stack Tarda, Omaha, for twenty
floar hour, endlnf at I o'clock p. m. yea
CattU. Hoc Sheep.H'r'fl.
P., M. 4 84, P.... 1
Union raeloo 34
CAN. W aaat.. H
C M.. W . weat.. 44
C, It. P., U. a O. 4
"., B. aeat.. !
C. B. Q., weat.. 14
C, . L P., eaat ;
C R. I. A P., waat...
Calcaao Ot Weat.. 4
' Total receipts... 177
IS 4 1
II 1 ..
J .. ..
37 17 . 1
. ", DISPOSITION HCA
Herri! Co 444
Swift 4b Co .......1,101
Cadahr Paculus Co.
I. w. Murphy. ........
Lincoln Paeklnc Co....
W. B. Vanaant Con.....
Benton, Vanaant Luah
P. B. Lowla
J B. Boot CO
Vr F. Huaa ,....
p. a. Keiion
H. P. Hamlltaa
Kelhsehlld Kreba. . .
He. Urn. Calf Co ,
Hth ...... ...... .
Baker ......... .......
Banner Broa. .....,..,..
Join Harvey ...........
Jenoea 4k "Uuasroa.....
Other tuyere ,,..,...
' Tetala -4,444 10,716 14,414
' Cattle Reoeipla ware of wwdorato pro
norUona today, about 4,000 head, and the
tupplloa ao far thla waek fall aometblng like
6,000 abort of laat. Aa on yeaterday, all
tie 60 of buyera were out early after aup.
aUea and doalrabla beef ateera aold freely at
brleaa that were generally atrons and In
noma caaea lOo higher. Tbore waa the
' eeme atnength and aoUrlty ahawa la the
market for oewe and halfera, all uaaful
gradea finding a reedy Bale at ateady to
tronger Agurea, aad the general market
for both beef ateera and eaw atuff la light
around 14 36c higher thaa It waa week
Country demand for atock oattla aad
feeding ateera waa very urgent, aad aa the
1 afferlnaa of thla eharactar were compara
tively limited and the market waa decid
edly atranser aa far aa It wont, Oood la
rKolee green oattla art bringing aa high aa
loo4.40, or aa high . aa . feeding eel tie
over aold at thla point.
tiMUU(ma an oattle: bond to eaoleo
yearling boovaa, . 110 166)11. 40 good to
chotoa wetgbty eomfed beovoa, 6I4.4
11 04 1 fair to good com red boovaa. 14-HO)
10.00; oommoa to fair eornfed beovoa, 11.76
I.Hi good to choice graaa boovaa, M.NO
16; fair to sood (raaa beovoa. I1.60OI.W;
cemmoa t fair graaa boovaa, M-6091.60;
good to choice helfera, I7.MOI.I0; good to
choice sowa, I1.I0O6.MI fair la good cow..
I6.oo7.oaj common ta fair oowe, I4.60O
4.00; prima feeding ateera, 41 604JI 16; good
to choice feed ere. tl.04l.60i fair lo good
feedere. 41 40OI.00; common lo fair feederu.
4. 1607.00; fair ta choice atockera, 17.160
4.14; elock belfera. 14 1104 16: atock cowl,
11,40 0 7.60; atock ealvep. I7.0006.0i veal
uelvea, I7.MO10.M; beef bulla, ataga. flu,.
oaeo.7li bologna bulla, I6.404.ti0, .'
Aepreaeatatlva aalee: ...
1 ' .wnm jrhMUL'f. V 'i' .
No. ' Av. Pr. , . No. Av. Pr:
1 474 6 76 1 670 60
711 1 U
.1036 7 II
I 36 .
. 161 30
774 I 40 ' 30.
106 ' 60
...1091 9 10
!!.,..... .1100 66
40. ...... .1333 t 70
32 ..1311 10
. 1 1114 14 16
17 ...HOI-14 16
41 1313 9 II
7 1314 10 10
17... 1331 It 10
. 140 I 61 4... :
.1004 4 16 I.
,1111- t It
. ... 113 T 30
.'...1116 I 10
..,,171 7 71
. , 441 I 00
....671 I II
1191 7 11
1114 f 10 ,10..
T 10 tl..
r . H BIPKRB. .
104, 71 4..
411 f 90
616 7 41
- 961 1 16
,1.1 7 II
...1470 I 0
...1144 1 16
...1369 I tt
I 06 1 . ,
S.. 1911 16 1..
' 614 T tt , I..
"I lltt 1 16 t.!
S.. ...... 414 I It I..
1. ....... IIS t 71 It..
' ti III t tt 1..
It. A..... 414 4 44 .,
1 Ill t 16 1 110 t 60
1 130 It It 1 1 61 It 61
trTOCKBHS AND riSKOKRS.
1 141 T tt II. Ill I II
11........ Ill I It j ... I ,166 I 69
Hoga Recelpta were vary liberal, arrlvala
of SIS loada. or 14.404 head, being almoat
199 care larger then yeoterdey and nearly
aa heavy aa Tueeday. The four-day total
ot 44.144 head la 11.000 amaller than Uat
waek and 14.100 abort of a year ago, but
11.609 heavier than two weeka ago.
None of the ether markote ahowed nearly
aa much advance aa tho local trade yea
terday. and eonaequently with other polnla
.fupertlng declloea today and a generoua
aupply here a aharp reaction waa In order.
Shlppwra bought a few good butchera early
lO loo lower, but being handlcaped by the
ahortacn of cere were unable to do much
aa flret raunda at leant. Packera did not
oven make a bid until towarda 9:lt, when
they came out with offera that were UOlee
lower oa tho hulk of the aupply.
. Around It o'elock packera atartod pick
ing up aemo of the beet heavtea abput
100 lower and a tittle .later on blda were
rained all around, bulk of the oflertnga
aelltng IOOI60 under Wedneadey, Con
trary to what waa to be aapecled pack.
ere did not dlecrimlnata ao much agatnat
, any particular kind, buying mixed and
light klnda at about the aamo decllnee aa
weightier gradea. After a trading baala
had been- eatabllahed movement became
fairly active, and at one time a fair clear
ance of all tha hoga In had boon made.
Two or throe trains that eame In after
thla, however, found nearly all buyera filled,
and theeo laat arrlvala, along with what
mixed, hoga were left from early, had a
mean time of It. A few prime heavlea found
. an outlet at pretty oloae to morning prlcee,
but buyera wanted othera 10c or more
lower, and a good many loade were atlll on.
aold at the time of eloelng thla report.
aoaae of the plalneeta of which packera
Were not oven piaaing on.
Moot of the hoga aold at 160 lie de
cllnee, bulk of the offerlnga moving at
flt.6t01t.76, with aome lignta and plain
mined klnda on down, and beat weighty
gradea up to 11144. tha top. . .
Kaproaentallve aalea: . '
No. Av. Sh. Pr, No. Av. Sh. Pr,
, 46. .141 It It 46
ii 19 19
Khoep Recelpta of aheep continued heavy,
todey'a run being oatlmated at flfly-svo
care, or ll.ltt head. Thla brlnga the run
for the week ao far up ta 44.111 head,
which la almoat St.tat amallor than a
wook ago, bnt la about S.900 larger than
two woeka ago, end nn Increase of t.tot
aver tho oerreaponding period of loot year.
Tha lamb market waa pretty much n
repetition of the marketa of the two pro-
vtoan dare. While movement failed to ahow
much lire prlcee were very tittle dlfloreat
Tho undertone waa weak and aome Inbe-
IwoM and heavy lamba aold a ahade to aa
much aa lie down, but the more daatrable
gradea ware meetly ateady. A few good
licbt fed weotema reached a top of lli.lt.
but bulk of the offerlnga oold downward
from ill.46. noma weighing more thaa
lety pouade landing at 613.00.
savor uveaea up, amd area at aooa
there were a few lamba atlll In the pena
i ueac lamba held about ateady throuah.
out, choice weeterno erlnains; aa much aa
,is.(, late. Two can of Mexlcana equaled
yesterdar'a new record of 113.10. lnbe-
tween and heavy kloda were uneven, and aa
noted moat tradere called them weak
Jec. down, while even larger declloea were
quoted by some
Sheep were mainly ateady to In apota a
ahade oaaler. Trarllnga that brousht (11.11
were mates or yeateraay a til. bob and aim.
liar email reductlona were noted on aome
other medium atock. A bunch of handy.
weight yearllnfa that outclaaaed anylhlnr
elae here thli week aet a' new record of
111.11. Wethera reached 110.26 and teat
llffht awea went aa high aa t.toe.l.ll. the
latter price breaking the . record. It waa
a quiet day In the feeder dlvlelon, not
enougn Doing onered to make a market. Do
mand contlnuea sood and valuea are norni
Quotations 00 aheep and lamba: Lamba.
good to choice. 81l.60wU.6t; lamba, fair to
gooa. ,is.ovs,ix.,o; lamoa, cupped. 910.7444
.i.ie; lamoa. leeuera, six.ouo ll.ao: yenr-
llnga, good to choice, fit. 40412. 26; year-
wnga, lair to goou, ,iv. jexe u.so: wethere.
fair to good, ll.40O10.60: ewee. good to
choice, Il.60frt.t6; ewee, fair to good. 11.26
oi.tv ewea, pleln to culla. 16.00447.76
ewea, feeding. 16. 00OI.44.
00 fed lajnha.,.. 60
370 fed lamba.
73 fed lamba.
4 cull lamba
46 fed owea
177 fed lamba...,
CHICAGO LIVE WOT 4IABKET.
CatUe, Weak i Hoga, Veaki
Chicago. Jen. II Cattle Reeetnte. 0.000
need; market weak. Native beef cattle.
l. 00O11. 40; weetern alee re. I7.J0O10.10:
atockera and feedera, I6.760I-I6: cowa and
neuere, 94.76Ol0.10; calvea, tl0.00t)I4.76.
nogo Kecetpte. 42.000 head: market.
weak, ao under yeeterday'o average. , Bulk,
It0.l0e)l.ot; light. 110. (101), 00. mixed,
10.tloll.lt; heavy, 110 70911.10; rough,
41v.1vo10.4e: plga. 41.0001e.10.
Sheep and Lamba Recetpta, I.OOt head!
market atrong. Wethere, l. 76911.06; ewea,
4T.60f)ie.36; lamba, 111,76014.40.
Sloan City Uva Stack Market.
. Sioux City, Jan. .14. Cattle Reoetpli, 1,-
100 head; market for klllera atrong, atock.
era ateady; beef ateera, It.ltO 11.09; butrb.
era. ll.00Ot.36; fat cowa and heller., 11.00
Ot.oo; oannera, 44.16 0 6.66; atockera and
feeder. 4t.60OI.60: calveo, ll.60OI.tt;
bulla, ataga, etc., II. I0O7.60: feeding cowa
ana neirem, I6.eoo1.oo. , '
Hoga Recelpta, 16,600 head: market
10016c lower; light, I10.2IOIO.60: mixed.
4ie.eeoio.io; heavy, 610.76O10.90; plga,
lt.40O4.00; bulk of aalea. II0.40O10.I0.
Sheep and Lamba Recelpta, 100 bead;
ma met steady; fed tnuttona, ll.lootl-OO
wethera, lt.00OI0.lt; ewea, II 1104 ill
lamba, . Ill.looil.lo. . ,. -u
City live Stock Market. '
Xanaaa City, Ho., Jan. It. Cattle Re
oalpta, 1,000 head; market ateady. Prime
fed ateera, I10.460 11.60: dreaaod beef
team, 61 60O10 76: weatern ateera, 17.60(4
u.eo; oowe, 66.34Cyr,oo; neitern, 47,on
1I.00:'- otockera and feedera, 47.404)1.41;
bulla, I0.6OO6.6O: oalvea, I6.10O11.00,
Hoga Rrcelpta, 1, 609 head; market
ateady. . Bulk, 114.104411, 00; heavy. 110 60
6)11.01; packera and bulehora. 110.604)
11.06; light, I10.I0O14.II; plga, ll.00O10.4l.
Sheep and Lamba Recelpta, 6,100 head;
market loo hither, Lamba. 1I.60O14.00;
yearllnga.' SlDOOH-loi wethera, 11,100
ib.ov; ewea, ii.iioio.or
i ,' , M. Leek Uvo Mae Marhee. .
1 SI, Laula. Jan. II. Cattle Recetpta,
!,!. bead; market atrong. Native beef
ateera, 17. 600 11.60; yearling ateera and
halfera. 61 l0OII.il: oowe. 61 60el.1l:
tockarg and feedera, I6.I0O6.6; prime
outhem oteera, l.00OI.0; beef oowa and
helfera. I4.3601.60: prima yeaning ateera
and helfera, 1.404.44; native oalveo, 14.00
Hoga .Raeelpta, 14,400 bead; market low.
. Llghta. I10.10OU.00; plga, 11.11016.40;
mixed and butchera. J1O.6OOU.IO: good
heavy, 111.00 011.10; bulk, H0.10Oll.Il, .
Sheep and Lamba Recelpta, 1,900 head:
market ateady. lmba, II3.76014.36; 9wea,
11.600 H.ll; yetrllnga, 111.000)11.11. - -
v St. Jeeeph Uva Stock Market.
St. jAoanh. Mo.. Jan. II. 4?attle Recelpta,
I, 700 head; market ateady; oteere,' I7.60O
II. 10: row. and helfera, 11.004)10.00; oalvea,
Hoera Reeelnta 11490 head: opening of
market ateady; lop, 111.00; bulk of aalea,
I0, 40O10. 60.
Sheen and Lamba Recelpta, i.nee neao:
market 10014c higher; lamba, I18.00OH.00;
Y , Uva Seaek la Sight.
Recelpta of live atock at the five principal
weatern marketa yeaterday : .
t:aliie. lloga, sneep.
St. 1onlt 3.609 16.400 1,000
Chicago 9,000 61.000 I oe.
Kanaaa city ........ 3,ooo 1.100 1,100
Omaha 4,000 10.000 1 11,100
Sloua City .,.1.300 16,600. 100
14.140 11,100 16,100
New York. Jan. II. The market for
coffee futuree waa eaaier today under scat
tering liquidation, or remixing. No 'further
change wea reported In the ocean freight
altuation, but there Beemed to be an Idea
in oome quartera that higher war riaka
would bo temporary and It waa reported
that Importera were holdina off for further
develapmenla The market opened un
changed to I potato lower. Offerings were
not heavy, but there were very few buyera
around tho ring and May enntrncta worked
off to l.ilc, while September oold at 6.4
before the cloae or about Id to 30' polnta
onuer yesterday a neat levels. The close
was at tha low points of the day, ahowlng
n net leas of t lo 13 points. Salea, ll.llt
naga. January, 1,43c; Pebruary. S.47e
March. i.60o: April. 6.6Se: Uav. a.66c: June
1.17c; July, 6.60c; Auguat, 1.44c; Septem
ber, t.tic; October, i.I4c: November, 1.80c;
December, 8,16c, Spot, quiet; Dlo To, lOo;
Sontoe 40, 10c The coat and freight situa
tion wna reported unchanged. The official
cables reported an advance nf It rela nt
Rio. Sanloe epota were unchanged and fu
turca unchanged lo SI rela higher , -,
' Cottoa Market.
. 7 1 umm uiure,
opened barely steady; March. 17.88c; May,
' -" 1 1 ,. etc; utieeer, le.OOC.
. v,mi iuiurve cioeou steady; January.
17.4tc; October, 14.11c. '
Hoot cotton nuut, mieeii.. .
tV, HIM T - "
- Cotton clond trdy at a not advance of
UVIt polnti today.
l,lvrfwvnl .Iain IB t . n . ....
vood middlinf, I0.7ci middling, lU.Uc; low
mlddltni, mIn. CttOO btTsln.
- UbmIw Hy Market.
MraklH MtlU finlrak .e,I..J ... .
-. v w WKroirM, f U,.UI nn 1
III.IOOIS00: No. I, llo.ou0ll.OQ; No. L
1100410.00, choice midland. 111.60: No, 1
llUillOll.tO; Nu. I. I0.U00 111.09; No l'
6a.anoooe rh.,i, i,-n.t n,u:
Nu. 1. 40.00Oa.6U: N X. l,uiihi'.V
te.noOi-wt. - '
Htrsw Chulce wheal. 44.00 4)4.411: choice
'Mt-ir rye, 47.004)7.60.
Aifelfe Ch,,lea. 117 lean ee.' . u.
19.90017.00; stsndard.' Ili OU.'oil; No. !
l2.OigM4 04; No. I, ll00O1140.
. Oil ai
Savannah, Oa Jan. 18. Turaentm.
steady; 68c: aalea none: recetpta, 130 bar.
rele; ehtpmenta, 2,801 barrolai atock,, !,.
Roeln Firm; aalea, IIS hbhu recelpta,
711 bhla.; ahlpmenta, 7.H6 bbla.; stock, 78 -411
bbla Uuotatlona: A. B. C. D, K, T, a
II.S1H: H, I, 66.36; K, t.6t; H, 86,70; N,
1144; WO. 17.10: WW, 7.1i. , '
' ' ' ' Dry tetania Market.'
New Tork, Jen. 1 1. Prlcee named on
Amoekeag plain and fancy napped oottona
for the fall. 111!, were loday from 14 to 40
per cent higher than the orlcea or a ...
so. Dark colors were lc a yard hither
man u,nu, . votion DWBKeu were Bold Up
for tall and withdrawn by the largeat pro
ducers. 'Oray goods were quiet and 'dreaa
goo ua were nrni,
' Metal Market. ,
New Tork, Jan. 11. Metals Lead, $7.71,
bid; apelter. quiet; spot. Bast St Louts
delivery, IH14.V.e Copper, firm; electro
lytic, first, second and third quarters,
I3i.ltei2.6t. Iron: Steady and unchanged.
Tin: Strong; tbot. 4i.lSw04t.ISVi. .
London. Jaa. 14. Amerteajt securities de
clined from lack of Bsnapart and clewed dull
oa thaa took exchange bora today, ..
Stiver Bar, 84 d par aaaoa.
. money esj V" owm.
Discount Rates Short aad three laantbe'
btlla, 6 par eaat
Omaha. Jaa. li. Bank cloarlnai 1
Omaha tedar wore 64.111,441. 61, and ror tho
cocroapaaellns day laat year, 11,111.111.14.
Strong Cash Demand Forces
Price Advance In All Cereals
Beceipts Are Good.
WHEAT HAS A OBEAT DAY
" Omaha,. January II. 1117,
The local rocetpti of wheat and com
were verr rood today and a atrong caah
demand forced a iharp advance lo the price
of all cereal. 'tl demand for wheat
waa excellent, with all gradea eelllng very
readily on the advance, the No. t hard
going generally at 11.11 Vit, and the bulk
of the No. hard aelllna at SJ.tlU
No. I durum whiat waa quoted at tl.SI'A.
No. S mixed brought from 11.17 to tl.lZVt.
and a few of the poorer aamplea of hard
winter aoia at fl it.
The corn market waa very active and al
though -the demand for all gradea wai
atrong. tho yellow and white oold at
email premium over the mimd. No. S white
ana no. s yellow telling at tie and mlied
corn of thla vrade aolna at 93 We.
Tho bulk of the corn, however, graded
No. 3, with the yellow and white going at
ana the mixed at tr and t)c.
The oata market, while It followed wheat
and corn on the advance, waa very dull, and
a vary email iart of the offerlnga were
The rye market waa aleo very quiet, but
barley waa pretty active at lc to 2c higher.
No. a rye waa quoted at $1.44 and moat of
the aalea of barley war made at prlcea
ranging from lc to II. IS.
Clearance were; Wheat and flour, equal
to 114,009 buahela; corn, 22.O0 buahela;
oata, 3,00ft buahela.
Primary wheat recelpta were 124, OW
buahela and ehtpmenta 449,000 . buahela.
agalnat recetpta of 1,137,4)00 buahela and
anipmenta of 19,Q buahela laat year.
Primary corn recelnta were SbZ.OOO buih
ela and ahlpmenta 113,60ft buahela, agalnat
recelpta of 1,143,00ft buahela and ahlpmenta
oi a,oeo buahela laat year. ,
Primary oata raVielpla were 1,139,000 buah
ela and ahlpmenta itt.OOft buahela, agalnat
receipt of 770,000 buahela and ahlpmenta
oi an toov puantMe laat year.
iruiutn It '
Omaha ,,. r53 - 71 'l
Xanaaa City ,,..144 31 11
St. Loula. It 66 41
Theeo aaloo were reported today:
Wheal No. I hard winter: 1 car. 61.I3K
no. I bard winter: I care, 11. It; 1 car.
Il.llw: 14 cam, ll.HVt: 1 car, 11.13. No. I
hard winter: 1 car. 81. 14: 1 car. It. IS: 1
car, 11.12; 7 can, 11.11 tt: S l-l can, 11.11,
x eara, tl-aow. No. 4 hard winter; 1 oar,
11.44; 1 car, 11.11; I I car, 11.14. Sample
hard winter: t enr (clndera), il.ll: i car,
1.13. . Sample anring: 3-6 car. tl.tt. No. I
durum: 1 car, I1.I6H. No, mixed durum:
i ear, 91.04; 1-6 oar, II. IS. Bampla durum
S-i car, 11.46. No. I mixed: 1 car. 61.8m
1 car, II 0(,; l-i cart II. Ill 1 car, 11,17.
no. 1 mixed: I car. Ilia; S-I car, ll.lt;
I eara (light), 11.71.
Rye No. I, 1 oar, 11.44. ''
Barley No. 4, S eara. Il.ll; 1 car, 11.01.
Rejected. 1 ear, 61. tt; I car, lie. ,
Cora No. 1 white. I eara. 640. No. 3
white, 1 oar, 14140, No. S yellow, I eara,
644,0. No. I yellow, 10 -eara. 44 (4c No. 4
yellow, oar, 41 He. No. t yeUow, 1 car,
l4o. No. S mixed, 4 can. 14 Vie. No, I mixed,
eara, huo; I care, 14,0.
Oata No. I white, 1 car, itlie. No. 4
white, 1 car, 64 c. , ,
Omaba Caah Prlcee Wheat: No. I hard.
1.HMOI.I4: Nn. I hard, 11.4001. II: No.
4 hard, S1.1I01.I4I No. I aprlng, I1.IIO
H; No. I aprlng. I.IIOI.II: No. I
durum, Il.ll 140 111 wi NO. I durum.
Ii.I4w01.1IH. Conn No I white, Ha
!o; No. S while, MUOMUe: No 4
white, ItottUo; NO. I White. 41Velc:
No. I white, nitOSttl No. I yellow, 44 lit)
4ie; No. I yellow, 4liOt4Vio No. 4 yel
low, 44 0 44wo; No. I yellow, 4144 014c: No.
yellow, 4114 014c: No-I mixed. It US
,r, ro. e nuxnu, rfonac; no. f
mixed, llV04c: No. I mixed, tiyiOfiKe:
no. 0 mixed. OSOIIHC. oata: NO. 3 wh te.
IIOIIwc; atandard, HOllHc: NO, I white.
06eo; No, 4 white, llndllli. Bar
ley: Malting, Il.1t01.lt; No. 1 feed, HcO
11.11, Rye: No, 3. I1440L41; No. S, IM30
The Mcare caused by recent nbmartne
raida did not have much offset an today'a
market aa both Hay and July wheat opened
atrong and advanced over to from the oloae
yeaterday. . The queatloa In wheat now
n xi ma to bo whether tho tupply will equal
the demand and many trader are of the
opinion that It will not b long until the
American atocfea win oa depleted. The for
eign .demand for wheat and com la evi
dently aa atrong aa vr. and the renewed
tterman attacka aeem ta hive Increaaed tbr
demand for par product. Com nloted atrong
around 9lAo for May and Ho for July.
Oata advanced In ay m pa thy with the other
marketa, the Hay aaa July both cloalng
about lo higher, .
Local range of opttona: ,
Art I Open. High. Ldw. Cloae. Taat
wht. I i ; I
May 111 1 tT 13S I 1MH
July 1 4ft 1 48 146 1 U 146
Sep. 1 II I II lit 1 31 129
Hay IT ' 18 I3H Mtt
July It ' l ftl H
May , H ,,5-H M ISH
July tl , t.3H It ht
Chicago oloktng pncoa, turniahrd The Be
by Logan A Bryan, atock and grain brok
era, lift Houtb Biiteenth atreet, Omaha;
Art. Opon. I High. Low. Cloae. TeaT
May 1 18 1 tH 117 I 1 9ft -1187
July 1M 1 63 1101 1 63 H UOH
Sept ill lJTHlim) 117 l3
Corn. , i I I
Hay 1 01 1 ft310fl 1 02 100
July 11, 101l9j 100 98
Hay . . 11 ' I9 Bl. ft &8
July l& IS 61 GW t6
Pork. ( (- ,
May 19 13 tl IT 3t 1 31 7 S9 II.
July 39 00 ,' SI 10 Isi H 89 H 31 06
Lard t I ' I
Jan. 11 IS li II 111 961 IS 13 16 86
Hay If It II 111 8ft II 33 II 36
Jan. II 10 II 16 111 111 16 13 16 OS
Hay 16 IT 16 63 ll IS IS 63 16 40
CHICAGO GRAIN FR0TISION8
DooMMtle Sapply of Wheal
Tenda ta Caoaa Advaaoa 1b Prima,
Chicago, Jan. II. Active buying on the
part of houaea with aeaboard connect lima
carried the wheat market decidedly up
grade today. Cloalng prlcea were atrong.
c to ic net nigner, wun May at ai.fo to
11.90 and July at It. 61 to tt.63. Corn
gained lc to lc, oata o to lc and pro
vlauna 7fi to 33 c.
Purchaalng or Wheat appeared to be in
creasingly haeed on notice of condlttona
that, according to aome leaden, auggeated
not only complete elimination of the aur-
OlUS aUPPly In thO United States but also I
Indicated poaaible scarcity before the ma -
turtna of a new crop.
Kuropean adviceo told of need of wheat
and flour Importation on a large acale, and
in view of the deatructlon of ahlpplng In
the aouth Atlantic aoemed to a majority of
trad era to point to North America and
eapeoially the United State aa the logical
chief reeource for buyera. Bullish eatl-
mate, however, worn current aa to the
amount of wheat available for export from
thla country before July 1, and there seemed
a corresponding urgency in tha aea
board demand. y
Poaelbimiea or renewed German Interior-
ence with eteamahloa oa the routee from
the United Statee to Kuropa did not re
ceive much attention today from wheat
tradere. The fact that largo numbers of
boata were awaiting carroea at tha aea
board tended to offset anxiety on that score.,
peaaimtatlc crop reporta from Kanaaa acted
to aome -extent -aa a further handicap on
the boa ra.
Com reached tho hlgheat price on record
for tho Hay delivery, 11.01 a bushel. As
In the case or wneat, aouaea with aeaboard
connections were peralatent buyera from the
atart. Crop and veeael newa from Ar-
genttna favored tho advance in valuea, Oata
were at I mutated by the eame Influencea that
affected corn and wheat. It waa aald that
ahlpmenta of oata from Argon Una had been
virtually reduced to aero.
At flret provisions were eaay, in line with
the hog market. Later tha strength ot
grata led to a aubatantlal advance.
Chicago Caah Prlcea Wheat; No. 1 red.
11.9191. 9T; No. I red, 1.9 ft)l.81 ; No. 3
hard. 11.98; No. 1 hard, nominal Corn: No,
3 yellow, 81.01: No. 4 yellow, 97c4
11.00; No. 4 white. Ilc81.00. Oats:
No. 3 white. TBftle; atandard, 81 (r
He. Rve: No. 3, nominal. Barley; 11.000
1.8ft. Heeda: Timothy, tS.MfJI.Ift; clover.
13.t0417.ftft. Pmvtatona: Pork. 831.0ft; lard,
91t.98ft)16.IT; rlba, 14.U tpll.H
Batter Lower; erMuaary, 31ft)le.
Kgga Btaady; raeelpta. 1,411 eaaea; fteti,
44c; ordtaary AroU, II 41c; at mark, naain
M haded, 48c.
Pwaitxr Aliva, lower; few la, lte;
ptaiuaa Btaaity; roeotpta, H eara: Win
i n nail ud HtchlgBa. white. Ii.iai.tt;
Idaho, Catwrado. Oregon and WMhiagtoa,
HEW YORL STOCKS
Sentimental Factors Influence
Movement of Prices Toward
TRiLDING ONLY MODERATE
New Tork, Jan. 1 1. Aasurancoa of the
aucceaa of he new British loan and the re
duction in the British bank rate from alx
to five and one-ha If per cent, tha first
change In alx mpnthx. were among tho sen
timental factors which Influenced today's
movement of prices toward higher levela.
Trading waa only 'moderate, but broader
and with a more confident undertone than
any previous aeaalon of the week. There
waa a ateady demand for standard shares,
notably rails, Canadian Pacific making up
much of Its recent decline, with gains of 1
to 3 points In other Peclftca,, Reading, St
Paul, Brie end Long Island.
High grade Industrlala were reaponatve to
trade advices which offered mora encour
agement. An early break of 30 polnta In
Bethlehem Steel common, with ten for the
preferred, was soon rectified, though both
Issues closed at net declines. United States
Steel and kindred shares were 2 to 1 polnta
higher at their beat, with T for Oulf Btatea
Hteel. The shorts were again Impelled to
cover in the motor Issues of further gains
In Maxwell, General Motors, and Studebaker,
while subsidiary atocka. Including tha Rub
ber group were firm to strong on reports of
a gigantic consolidation.
Shippings recovered from yesterday's re
verse la. Marine preferred making a gross
gain of 3 with t for tho common and
3 for Atlantic, Oulf and Weat Indies.
Current gossip auggeata early development
In marine a. presumably In connection with
Strength . of coppers and line laauea had
Ita basis in circumstantial statement of a
renewal of negotiation for large foreign
auppllea. The same cauaes were made to
aorve ' tho leather and augar sharea, bat
oils were little more than firm, deaplta ad
ditional advances for the crude and refined
Oas shares and Western Union featured
the atrong utilities, with such Isolated spe
cialties as Pittsburgh Coal, National Enam
eling, and fast Iron Pipe. Total aalea of
atocka. 820.000 shares.
Rubles and llres fell under yesterday's
low records, with further weakness in rataa
on Berlin and Vienna. Sterling and francs
. Sliaht oonceaalona were registered by al'
moat all International bonds, but domestic
railway Issues were steady. Total aalea par
value, 8S.4KO.000, United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and quotations on lead
- ' Sales. High. Low, Close.
Am. Heat sugar..., i.zov
American Can 3.300 48 47 47
Am. Car Foundry 1.300 8 7 7
Am t.iuarnntllra l.ltAO T74L lltf 77
Am, Smelt. R-f. 16,700 109 107 108
Am H,.ur.f ttatiMntntT ' Ill
Am. Tel. A Tel... 1,600 123 123 133
Am. Z., I.. A 8,v.. . 8,400 If ,
Anaconoa chopper.. ia,vw nn
Atchison .v . 600 105
Bald. Locomotive... 2,400 67
Ha III more Ohio. J, 100 8t
Brook. Rap. Trans. ' ZOO 81
B. & 8. Conoer.. 1.7O0 49
rl Prttftnlniint ... 23
Cheaapeake A Ohio
C. M. St. P
Chicago ft N. W...
r R. I. p, Ry.,
Chtno Copper.' .
i inn iimi Bh jhw ji
1,400 91 89 90
1.100 47 U.
.:oio. iumi m iron
Corn "rodurls Bef, SI.600 34 31)4
s.Bue ' eon) e . m
Krie ;. .:
Oreat No. pfd. . .
Ureat No.-Ore etfa.
Inter. Conaol Corp.
l,4ot 33 H 31
300 17tw II"
OA 117 lit'
1.600 374 364 341
400 lo.uj loata ive
Int. M 64. pfd. Ctl, 11,700
13V 11 H
K. R. ftouthern..
lulavllia A Naah.
Mlnml Copper. , . ., .
M.. K. T.. pfd...
Mlseaurl Pacific ...
4,500 41 41 4IM
601 1S3U 133
4,700 104 103
1.000 Jilt 34
new xora ventral..
N. T.. N. H. Ik H..
Norfolk t Western.
t.WV IV l IMS
3,00ft 49 47 47
800 131 134 13
60ft 108 107 108
300 22 21 32 -
140- M 'ift 6
3,600 27 20 27
13,300 103 103 103
6,400 80 ' 79 79
400 27 27 1T
1,800 98 97 17
2,300 32 21 31
4,100 110- 107 107
1.600 1K 133 132
Pacific Tel. .Tel.
Ray Con. Copper,,
Kep. Iron A Steel. .
Nhsttuck Arlx. Con.
Union Pacific nfd..
6,700 145 144 144
800 S4 A4 IT
I', s. Ind. Alcohol. 31.400 117
United States Steel. 16s, 100 116
II. 8. Steel pfd 1,600 131
Utah Copper 11,000 lot
wanaen pro "V ... svu
Western Union..'... 1.700
Wrotlnajuiuse Blec. 1,000 63 K
Total sales tor "the day, 130,000 share. .
OMAHA tifcNfcHAf HA1L4JET.
PoultryTurkeys, dry picked. In over
live. Ducka and geeae. acaldedi 2o ever
live. Henfl and aprlnga, ocialded, lo over
live. Broilers, 26c; hens, 17a; springs, 18c;
stags, 14c; old roosters, 11c; geese, full
f (lathered, 14c; ducks, full feathered, 14c;
turkeys. 34c. Capons, 33c. Ouineaa each,
36c. SAuaba. Homers, 14 on., par dosen, 14;
squabs, Homers, 13-OK., per doa., 13.60;
squabs, ' Homers, l-os., per dosen, L60;
aauaba. Homers, under l-o., per dosen, 60a
Pigeons, per dosen, 76e.
, Butter 38u.
Jlgga Kreab. No. 4, caaa, IlLOft; No. t.
use, 17.10: erax, caaa, 17.60.
Cheeaa quotations by Urlau A Oa.i
Cheese- Bstra fanoy dotoaatlo fiwtaa. 42a:
domes t to Swiss, S6o; block Swlsa, 33o; twin
cheese, 3bo; triplets, 26o; daisies, 26e;
young America, 37 o; blue label brick, 26c;
Um burger, sic now vora wnita. sso; no-
quefort. ISO, r -
Beef Cuts (Whoiesaia pneea) Ribs: No.
1. 19o; No. I. 17c: No. , llo. Loins:
No. 1, .'23; No. 2,. llo; No. I, lie
Chucks: No. 1, 12c; No. I, llo; No. I.
10o, Rounds: No. 1, lic; No. 8. lte;
No. 3, 13 c. Plates: No. 1. llo; No.
8, ioo; wo. s, inc.
Oysters Gallon ; Chesapeake standards.
21.66; Chesapeako selecU. 1.60; northern
standards, 81.80; northern selects, 13.0ft;
northern counts, sz.a.
Celery Maramotn, per aoa, tse.
Kronen Pleh Whiting. 12c lb.: halibut. IBe
lb.; salmon, falla, 12c lb., salmon, silver.
8c lb.: sun nan, cc lo.: crappiea. re lb,:
trout. 16c lb.; catfish, lie lb.; blacTeod.
Oo lb.; pike, no id.; pickerel, to lb.; tits
tih, lie lb.; herring, 7c lb.; honing, lc
lb.; whltrflsh, 14c lb.; smelta, Itc lb.
Frasn naiv vatnan, lao id.; nan but, ie
lb.; sea. trout. ISo lb.; Spanish mackerel,
16o lb.; black bass, 20c lb.; black baas,
small, 17c lb.; red snapper, 17c lb.; floun
ders, )T3c lb.; codfish, eastern, 14c lb.; blue
flah. medium, lie lb.
Smoked Flab White chubs, bayflah. Ift-lb
Kkl. lie Ih.! klnnered lalmnn
D'akota, ISO lb.; Snan ' add lea, 16 and 9-lb.
boxes, 14c lb ; kippered cod. l"-lb, boxes.
Fruit and vegetable quotations furnished
by Ulllnsky Prult Co.:
Fruits Oranges: 334s, 288a, 13.71 bos;
260a, Ills, 13.00 bos; all other slaes, 1.
box; extra fancy, special the box higher.
Lemons: fancy, 300a, 380a, ti.Oft box; ohoioa,
300a. I08, 84.60 box. Grapefruit, 18a, 11.6ft
-; 4fia. 96a, 13.76 box; 64s, 64a. 80s, 14.00
box. drapes: Malngas, 87. 90010.00; Em
perors, market price. Bananas, 4o lb.
Cranbatries: Jerseys, 69.00 bbl.
. Apples J onot bans, fancy, 11.60 box;
Jonothan. extr ancy 82.' s box: O rim as
Oolden, fancy, It. 76 box; Arkanaas Blacks,
extra fancy, 13. 60 box ; Arkansas Blacks,
fancy, 12.00 box; Arkansas Blacks, choice.
11.60 box; Tork Imperials, 21.00 bbl.
Vegetables Potatoes, 22.00. Sweat potatoes,
84.36 bbl.: aweetpotatoea hampers, 13.10
ham p. Calory, California, 1.00 doa. Turnips,
carrots, parsnips, 2 . Cabba, ftc lb.
Rutabagoea, 2o lb. Lettuce, head, orates,
83.60 crate. Cauliflower, 83.80 orate. Cu
cumbers. 82.26 doa. Tomatoes, six baaketa,
18.00 crate; tomatoes, baskets, 11.10 baaket.
Onions, red, 6o lb.; onion, Spanish, 13.26
Oleomargarine Natural color, per lb.:
It Will ray Ym
Ta Ml T U,
M. C Peter
2 106 106
Premium, 24c;' Challenge, 23c; Kersey.
30c; aUly. 19c; Lincoln, 17c. White,
per lo.; Snowflake, 23c.
Cider Motta, 14.26 keg; Mot Is, bbla., 87.36
Mlaeellaneous Peanuts: No. X raw, jb
fte; roaateed. lb., lc; Jumbo, raw, lb.,' lc;
Jumbo, roaatad, lb., lie Dromedary dates,
cue, 11.76. figs, caae, tl.ftft. - No. 1 Eng
lish walnuts, lb., 19c.
One teniae of tka Day oa Tarlaoa Lsauttac
New Tork, Jan. II. Flour bald firmly.
Wheat, pot, strong-; No. I hard, II. 16; No.
1 northern Duluth, I3.lt; No, 1 northern
Manitoba, Il.ll Vt (. a. b. New Tork.
Corn Spot, atronf; No. I yellow, II. Hi,
0.11, New Tork.
Oata Spot, ateadr; standard. IIVit7Hc.
Hay Firm ; No. 1, 1.1: No. 3, ll.OOtJ
1.06; No. 3, tt)7Hc; ahlppln,, I6t40c.
Hope flteadyj atate, common to choice,
1114, 4i60c; 1111, 1014c; Pacific coast,
mi, iiei4c; mi, lone
Hideo Quiet; BojsU. 410420; Central
Leather1 Firm; hemlock flrau, 67c ; sec
ond,, 6 to.
Provisions Pork, firm: mess, 82.0r
033.60: family, I31.60O33.60: short clear.
111.00011.00. Beef, ateady; mesa. (3S.00O
23.60; family, 126. 00 0 37.00. Lard, firmer;
middle weet. lt.30Oll.i0.
Tallow Steady: city, 10,e; country, 110
lltic; special, lit,,.
Butter Weaker: receipts, 2,704 tuba;
creamery, 4O04O!,c; flrata, 26033c; aec
ond,, 33 0 34ttc.
Eggs Unsettled; recelpta,' 6,436 caaea;
fresh gathered extra firsts, 43c; firsts, 460
47c; refrigerator seconds to firsts. 37 0 33V6C.
Cheese Steady: receipts, 1,318 boxes:
stats, held special, 24K034HC: atate, aver
age fancy, II V, 034c.
Poultry Alive, weaker: chickens, 110
ltc; fowla, 11033c. Dressed, firm: chick
ens, 16 0 38c; fowls, 16 0 24c; turkeya, 20O
New Tork Money Market. .
New Tork, Jan. II. Prime Mercantile
Paper 1 40346 percent.
Sterling Exchange Sixty-day bills,
4.73; commercial aixty-day bills on
banks, 84.724; commercial sixty-day bills,
4.73: demand, 14.7641; cables, 4.714.
Sliver Bar, 76c; Mexican dollars. (14c.
Bonds Government, steady; railroad, ir
regular. , ; ,
Time Loans SteadyVelxty days, 3 403'
per cent; ninety days, 203. per cent; six
months, 3084 per cent.
Call Money Steady; highest, per cent;
lowest, 1 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per
cent; laat loan, 3 per cent; closing bid, 1
per cent: offered at 3 per cent.
U. 8. r. 2a reg, . 6M., K. T. 1 4s. 774 I
ado coupon.... tlMo. Pac con. ta.1044
"U. s. SB, reg.. ..rut nont rower 0B..1HV4
ado coupon 101 N. r. C, deb. ta.112
D. 8. 4s. reg. ..110 eN Y. City 44s.U0
do coupon 1104N.T.,N.H.&H.c.6slO6
A.T.T. c. 44 sl03No. Pacific 4a... 964
Anglo-French 6s. 624 do 3s tt
Atchlnson geu. 4s 06 4 Ore. S. L. r. 4s 64 4
Bait. A Ohio 4s. 84 4Pac. T. at T. 6a.. 1014
Beth. St. ref. 6B.I01 Penn. con. 44a. ,1074
Ceo. Pacific 1st. tie, do gen. 44. .s. 1044
C. O. cv. 44e. 81 Reading gen. 4s. 164
C, B. Q. j. 4s. t48o. Pacific cv. 6s,104
C, M. A 4VS.P. c. is. 107 do ref. 4s 84
C. .R.I.AP. r. 4a. 78 So. Railway 6a. .102
Colo ar So. r. 44s 87 Union Pacific 4a. 98
D. ft R. O. c. 4a. 84 do cv. 4e 664
Brio gen. 4a 73 II. S. Rubber 6s.. 104
Oen. Electric 6s. 106 U. S. Steel 6s. ..107
Ot. No. 1st 44s..l01West. Union 4s 8
III. Cen. ref. 4a.. 64Oom. of C, 1931.100
K. C. So. erf. is. 104 "Bid.
L. ft N. un. 4s. . . 17 4
Kansas City General Market.
Kansas City, Mo Jan. 18. Wheat No. 2
hard, 31.42 4 01.44; No. 3 red, II. 40O1.93;
May, 31.86; July, 81.41.
Corn No. 3 mixed. t74c; No. 2 white,
lo; No. 3 yellow, 174018c; May, 870
17 4: July, tlc.
Oata No, I, 680684c; No. 3 mixed,
Butter Creamery, 41c: Srata, 384c; boc
onda, S7e; peeking, Itq. ,
Eggn Firsts, 4tc.
Poultry Hens, 14 c; roosters, 124c; tur
Knporwaod Apples aad Dried Fruits.
: Naw Tork, Jan. II. Evaporated Apples
Dull; fancy, lo; choice, 0OIc; prime.
Dried Frwita Pruneo,flrm: Callfornias.
OlIHe; Orogona. Illfmc. Apricots,
qulot but firm; chole,, ltc: extra choice,
17o; fancy, llo. Peaches, Inactive; choice,
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14c: extra choice. tic: fancy, ttic Rata
Ine, steady; choice to fancy, seeded, 8O10C;
seedless, lOOUtoc; London layere. 81.80.
Minneapolis Oralnj Market.
Minneapolla, Jan. II. Wheat May,
81.8216: July. 81.14. Cash: No. 1 hard.
32.8016 02.0216 : No. 1 northern, 81 42 (J
l.ltla; No. 3 northern, 11.10tjtl.6V
Corn No. 8 yellow 17066c. '
Oata No. 3 white, 6t5Hc
Flaxaoed 13.11 02. 84.
St. Loula Grain Market.
St. Louis. Mo., Jan. 18. Wheat No. 2
red. H.ISO2.024: No. 2 hard, II. 4402. 00;
May, 31.6I; July, 81.114.
Corn No. 2, 81.004: No. 3 white. 11.01:
May, 31.024; July, 11.004,.
Oata Steady; track No. 2, r74c; No, 2
New. Tork, Jan. 1!. Sugar Raw, steady;
eentrlfugal, 6.27c; molasses. 4.40c. Refined,
,teady;- fine granulated, 6.76c. .Continued
nqutriee for refined sugar from exporters
ed to further buying In sugar futures. At
.toon prices wers 4t7 points higher.
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Wage Law Case is
Before High Court
Washington, Jan. 18. Constitution
ality of the Oregon minimum wage
law was reargued today before the
Justice Brandeis, who represented
the Oregon Industrial Welfare com
mission in defense of the statute when
the cases were first argued in De
cember. 1914, withdrew from the '
bench during the rehearing.
Prof. Felix Frankfurter of Harvard
succeeded Justice Brandeis as attor-.
ney for the Oregon authorities.
Chief Justice White today ordered
another case, involving validity of the
Oregon ten-hour day law for men in
certain industries, argued tomorrew
morning after the minimum wage
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